My name is Enrico Signoretti. I am the Head of Product Strategy at OpenIO. In this role I am responsible for the planning design and execution of OpenIO product strategy. With the support of my team, I develop product roadmaps from the planning stages to development to ensure their market fit. I promote OpenIO products and represent the company and its products at several industry events, conferences and association meetings across different geographies. I actively participate in the company’s sales effort with key accounts as well as by exploring opportunities for developing new partnerships and innovative channel activities.
Prior to joining OpenIO, I worked as an independent IT analyst, blogger and advisor for four years, serving
clients among primary storage vendors, startups and end users in Europe and the US.
Juku(s) are private Japanese schools and are intended to help students improve performance in their regular school work and to optimise exam preparation. Though this type of school is primarily designed for academic subjects, it is not rare to find Jukus for sports and martial arts. The goal of Juku.it is not to replace the traditional means of accessing information, but to inform and discuss the technological aspects that I am more familiar with: IT infrastructure and storage.
Unlike the past, today those who live in the IT environment have to be on the constant lookout: things are changing rapidly and there is a need to be informed, learn quickly and to support important decisions… but how? This site contains my ideas and opinions which are the result of my daily interaction with vendors, analysts, bloggers, journalists and consultants. My work doesn’t stop there; the comparison and the search is global, but the sharing and application of my ideas must be local and that is where my daily experience, with organizations which have their roots in the country, becomes essential in providing a truthful/honest and helpful vision. I strongly believe in the “Think Global, Act Local!” motto.
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